Three QBs who shouldn't be your fantasy starter
Every pick in fantasy football carries a risk-reward valuation. The guys taken early have much more reward potential than risk; the guys later might not have as much possible reward, but the risk is less.
At quarterback, once you get to the position’s second tier, there are guys currently being taken as starters who don’t really promise enough reward to offset their risk. Below are three quarterbacks who could really disappoint fantasy owners in 2016.
Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers (current ADP: 90, No. 10 QB)
At first glance, Phillip Rivers as the 10th quarterback off the board shouldn’t shock you. Last season he completed 66.2 percent of his pass attempts and was second in the league with 4,792 passing yards. For his career, despite numerous injuries, Rivers has played in every single game since the beginning of the 2006 season. Accuracy, volume, durability – what’s not to like?